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William Wordsworth : Selected poetry

Author: William Wordsworth; Mark Van Doren
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, ©1950.
Series: Modern library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Modern Library edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: William Wordsworth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Wordsworth; Mark Van Doren
OCLC Number: 34407266
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xxii, 714 pages ; 18 cm.
Contents: An evening walk, addressed to a young lady --
Lines left upon a seat in a yew-tree, which stands near the lake of Esthwaite, on a desolate part of the shore, commanding a beautiful prospect --
The reverie of poor Susan --
Anecdote for fathers --
Her eyes are wild --
Lines written in early Spring --
To my sister --
The complaint of a forsaken Indian women --
The old Cumberland beggar --
Influence of natural objects in calling forth and strengthening the imagination of a boyhood and early youth --
There was a boy --
"Strange fits of passion have I known" --
"She dwelt among the untrodden ways" --
"I travelled among unknown men" --
Lucy Gray; or, solitude --
"Black season was it, turbulant and wild" --
Autobiographical poem --
The oak and the broom, a pastoral --
The sparrow's nest --
Written in March, while resting on the bridge at the foot of brother's water --
Composed upon Westminister bridge, Sept 3, 1802. . London, 1802 --
"Great men have been among us" --
Stepping westward --
In the past of Killicranky, an invasion being expected, October, 1803 --
The affiction of Margaret --
To a young lady who had been reproached for taking long walks in the country --
"Nuns fret not at their convent's narrow room" --
"With ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh" --
"Though narrow be that old man's cares" --
Laodamia --
"Surprised by Joy-impatient as the wind" --
Ode to Lycoris, May, 1817 --
Composed upon an evening of extraordinary splendour and beauty --
Ecclesiatical sonnets, in series (a selection) --
From the introduction of Christianity into Britain, to the consummation of the Papal dominion --
To the close of the troubles in the reign of Charles I --
From the restoration of the present times --
"Scorn not the sonnet" --
"If thou indeed derive thy light from heaven" --
"If this great world of joy and pain" --
"Most sweet it is with unuplifted eyes" --
To a child, written in her album.
Series Title: Modern library.
Responsibility: edited, with an introduction, by Mark Van Doren.

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